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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 19)2.
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fitted you out with a pair of
we somehow feel more contented because we
know you have bought the best
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city, ring up for
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HONOLULU VULCANIZINO WORKS
Phon 1823 Kaplol.nl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
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Chemical Engines and
Fur Sale by
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P. O. Box 708
182 Merchant Street . Near Alakea
HONOLULU, -TV II. '
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Everything best in the art of
good shoemaking is found in
They ate the Uue aristocrat! of the hoe world.
They are worn by that clau of men who insist on
having only the Lett that money can buy.
with the Ara-Notch in'
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c each 2 for 25c
Cluiit. Pnbodr tc Co., M.ken
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
and r.gular finishes In new
New finishes and nhapes In
Let ua mail you a sample
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elk.' Building King 8trt
J. E. ROCHA
Elite Building Hotel 8treel
NOTIHKI If you ore In trouble, day
or plgbt, and can not Hturt your auto
either electric or gasoline trouble
ring up Tel, 2914 or call at 70 School
R. J. BERGER
TUNNEL TO VENICE.
The problem of communication be
tween the. city of Venice, Italy, and the
mainland Is uhnut to be solved by the
construction of a tunnel under the la
goon, with opciilnKH Ht St. Mark'n
Hiuarn uiul In the Manila of Clludecca
anil Lhfo. The tube will he from sev
enteen to forty feet below sea level am!
will cot J2,400,000
liiAwtJ4t ' ;L-li-U&tW-.oMi.
, BELalONTjTw IMEDOR?
Largest Class in History of In
stitution Gets Diplomas
' at Exercises
The closing exercises of the Terri
torial Normal School were held In tha
Normal School Hall last evening at 8
o'clock. A largo and enthusiastic nil.
illence enjoyed the following Interest
Hulld Thee More Stntely Mansions. ,
.. . .' Arthur Furwell
Normal School Chorus
Remarks Supt. W. T. I'opo
Hark to the Indian Drum ........
Henry II. Ulshop
Hush! Hush! Fredk. F. Uullurd
dirts' (lice Club
Address Kev. Dorenius Scuddnr
Summer Wind Eilw. McDowell
Soprano I Annabelle. Mundon, Doro
thy Mitchell, Huth Hanamalkal.
Soprano II Helen Schlmmelfcnnlg,
Sallle Trask, Olivia Kapuhuu.
Alto I Mary Apo, Lottie Horner, Car
Alto II Atblo Muhoe, Virginia Cns-
tanha, Martha Kuhookano.
Address to the Members of the
Graduating Cluss.l'rln. Edgur Wood
' Awarding of Diplomas
The Lake Franz Abt
Wake to the Hunting... Henry Smart
Normal School Chorus
The hall was elaborately decorated
with malle, palm branches, flues und
pennants, the platform being banked
with pepper, daisies and asters. The
graduating class of thirty-seven, the
largest In the history of the school,
sat on the platform with Principal Kd
gar Wood, Superintendent of 1'ulillc
Instruction Pope and Dr. Damnum
Scudder. the sneaker of the evening.
Mr. Pope gave a, brief statement of
the'1 need for tcach'ors. He spoke of
the great demand there Is from all the
Islands for ernduutcs of the Normal
School und how, notwithstanding the
largo number graduated each year, it
Is necessary to send to the mainland
Mr. Wood before beginning Ills ad
dress stated some Interesting tucts
concerning the history of the Normal
School, Reports from the Supervising
Principals to the Department con
cernlng the work of those who have
attended the school have been most
cncouruglng. Then he spoke to the
class of the real reason we uttend
school, to leurn. to behave, to receive
a training which vj 1 1 enable us to
meet all conditions with the necessary
mental and moral equipment. He
closed wltli some valuable Informa
tion on dealing with the child, in or
der to get the best from him.
Dr. Scudder Talks,
Dr. Dorenius Scudder guvo un excel
lent and Inspiring talk on the cultural
effects 6f the proper uso of the Eng
lish language, warning the class
against the slovenliness of slang and
all incorrect forms of speech.
A prlio was awarded by the Conver
sation Club to a member of the Junior
Class, John Telxera, for doing the best
bandaging in a recent competition In
the class tinder the direction of u
nurse from Palamu.
A particular feature of the evening
was the excellent chorus -work done
by the school under the leadership of
Miss. June Wlnne, supevlsor of mu
sic, A chorus of 1C0 voices opened
the excrclsos with a dllllcult selection
well rendered both us to tone quality
and Interpretation. The girls' glee
club gate Its two selections with much
finish und u double sextet of girls
sang Macdowell's "Summer Wind"
with far mare Intelligence than Is us
ually heard from u school chorus.
A great deal of credit is due Miss
Wlnne for the remarkable success In
her year's work In the Normal School,
She will be much missed next year
when she transfers all her ef
forts to the grades of the. public
Tax Collector D!gs Up Five
Cents Every Time He Nabs
an Untagged Bicycle
Fred. Turrlll, chicken fancier, the
genial tax collector who gets 'em If
they don't wutch out und sometimes If
they do, wus getting 'em in large
quantities this morning.
Mr. Turrlll Is the olllclul bicycle
sleuth now, It having devolved upon
htm to check up on the bicycles for
which no license tugs have Deen Is
sued. He wus gutherlng them in
right und left this morning, und as
fast as gathered they wero sent to the
tax olllce, where they piled up so fast
It looked llko n second-hand aliop.
However, Turrlll'a triumphs did not
cause him to leap with over-Joy. The
reason was not far to seek. Turrlll
couldn't take each bicycle on u personally-conducted
trip to the tax of
fice, und he couldn't ride along, with u
flock of them. So he hired boys to
ride the bicycles down to the tax of
fice und leuve them there. F-uch boy
got live cenlB,
The result was that by 10 o'clock
Tni-rlll find Itiion illircrlmr 1111 flve-f-AMt
pieces so rapidly that temporary des
titution stared him in the face, und
he was beginning to wonder If he
would have to payu nickel for every
untagged cyclo In Honolulu,
' "I'm loBlng money by this," he said,
und the fuct wus evident. Turrlll's
generosity will cost him dear.
F, II. Klngsley, grand ' lecturing
knight of the Klks, died at his homo
in Kansas City of heart failure. Ho
was GG years old.
uV it.i.j-TijLW.'ItoCiJtWuiy.Ji's . w...k.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Fan. a heck, ring up 2307.
Curios from nil over the world at the
It goes without saying that every
thing Is ties' at The Km ore
Special prices on po'tterles and
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shop.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Ukuleles, Calabashes, Troys, tic, at
factory 1719 I.I II ha nbove School.
Wanted Two more pussengers for
arouud-the-lsland at IC. Lewis
Stables and Oarage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a good Job done ou an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Quean RL
Illcyclo Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Navy Dlcyclcs, 45. Kasy terms.
Dowson tiros., Smith and Hotel Sts.
Pineapple aoda and Hire's Root Deer
excellent summer drinks am bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Federal taxes will bo delinquent In
six days. After next Sunday thero
will be n penalty of "o per cent, add
ed to ull unpaid. !
For an auto cull up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phone 2."11.
Soven-seated Pope-Hartford, No. 921.
Rates reasonable. j
Urlng 10 Green Stamps and ono dol
lar and get a complete Roy Scout suit
for vacation. Orceu Stamp Store,
Uerctanla and Fort streets.
The Lynch Company, Ltd.. hus re
ceived notice that the two unto com
bination ohcnilcul and hose wagons
und one tractor for the tiro depart
ment will be reudy for shipment early)
Transcript of proceedings on the
motion for change of venue of the
John Gomes Henrlques case was filed
In Supremo Cpurt yesterday and after
ward transfered to the Circuit Court,
where the hearing Is to be held dur
ing the fall term. Change of vCnue
has been granted from the Third Ju
Asking permission to adopt his own
ten natural children, the offspring of
Mary Kalhaole Kohaunuelc, that he'
may endow them with ull the rights
and privileges of legitimate children,.
Sylvano Nobrlga has filed u petition
In Judge Whitney's court. He states
that he has the means to provide prop
erly for them.
The annual meeting of St. An-(
urew a uunu win ue nciu m ins uouie
of Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Jr., In Manoa val
ley at 3 o'clock tills, afternoon. A so-
tlnl anlartnlnmnnl' will fnllnvv thn
' regulur business meeting. Members
are. requested to take the Manou car
' It. m nn.l ia, rtt n, lha Ilia, at.., 1.1,1 It...
I1IIU UUU 6Ck V. Ul JUS ,UO. OM..1W1, UV-
rcire thn end nf thJ.cur line.
Auto trips around the Island will be)
made every Wednesday and Friday by
the City Auto Stand cars; autos leavo
stand at !l a. in. and return about
p. m. Three car,sTwl10)JJe'praedOn
run If required. Ratea jl.BU a passen
ger. Those desiring to make trip are
requested to come and book. City
Auto Stand. Phone 3164 or 1179.
General Maeomb went to Schollclil
IlarruekH this morning to be present
at what l technically known us the
critique of the last Field Artillery tar
get practice. This Is u meeting of The
olllcers culled to listen to and dlscusH
the comments of the urtlllery authori
ties on the tiring- At the conclusion
of the practise lust fall u voluminous
report of the proceedings wus sent to
the urtlllery Kchool ut Fort SIM. There
It was criticized olnt by point by ar
tillery experts, and It now comet, back
for discussion so that the otllcers here
may prollt by their mlstnkes. On the
whole, though, the showing made by
the First wus creditable.
The Held artillery doesn't merely
plug nwuy at u target when It shoots
fur records, conditions being different
from any other arm of the service In
tills respect. livery practise It a prob
lem, suppoed to foe worked out un
der war conditions, against u theoret
ical enemy, and therefore there uru
many considerations' In the result be
side straight shooting. The. selection
of position for going Into action, raugc
lindlng service, methods and speed of
determining tho range, rapidity of lire,
number of rounds tired, cutting of
MTiipnel, concealment of guns und ani
mals, accuracy, und a dozen other
points are taken Into consideration.
I-ust yeur'H shooting showed u marked
Improvement over that of tha year be
fore, when thero was only one buttery
ut Hcbolleld and no Held olllcer to
direct the practise.
The efllclency of the Lcllehua garri
son us u llre-llgl Mug organization wuh
shown Kunduy, when u grass lire that
might Imve destroyed the entire post
was extinguished by 'cavalry, artillery
and Infantry, working side by side. Tho
lire started in the gulch buck of the
"iivalry cantonment, und proved such
u tnugli proposition that u general
alarm hud to be sounded.
The First Infantry Camp, 'Spanish
Wur eVteruns, held Its llrst meeting on
Hawaiian roll ut Hcbolleld llarracks,
Sunday, when members of Theodore
ltoosmelt Oiiiiip of this city wero the
tuests- of honor An enjoyable smoker
wus given lit the Fifth Cavalry ex
change, There are now I Oil members
In tho First Regiment Cump.
LOST LIFE AND WAGER;
Arthur Kuitlson was drowned In Uike
Acoiiuln, Mont., In u vain attempt to
win a forty-dollar wager that he could
Mvlm from the middle nf tho sheet of
wuter to shore with lu-pound iliimb
lulli tied to Ills ankles, He perished
while three boatloads of people look
I) u 1 1 c. 1 1 u ads best Ilutlueas (let
SOCIAL STUDY IS
Public Spirited Men and Wom
en Would Better Local
To study Roclal conditions here and
to organize a systematic campaign to
check social evils, it meeting of prom
inent public-spirited citizens was held
last evening at tho home of Mrs. (leu.
R. Carter. The meeting, which has
been planned for some days, develop
ed Into the launching of a Social Sur
vey movement, having as its aim the
organization of a body of men and wo
men who will study Honolulu's social
conditions and point the way to rem-1
edy thoso which uro deleterious to
The presence of Miss Frances Was
coer, the expert social worker, added
no small amount of Interest to the
(nnotlnt, nti.t In i.n tnfnrtnt.t Inlt Mlaa
Illascoer made a number of valuable
suggestions. Conditions nmong de-
pendent mother and children and
child-truancy conditions nra two of
the phases upon which she touched I
Miss Ida Pope called the meeting I
to order, and George W. Smith acted
ns chairman, with judge W, 1.. Whit
ney as secretary. The following com
mittees were unnounced:
Work of the Survey Georgo W.
Smith, chairman; Judge W. I Whit
ney, secretary; K. Fuxon Ulshop, Dr.
W. C. Hobdy, Miss Ida Pope, Mrs. W.
F. Dillingham, J. R. Oalt, George R.
Carter, Miss Umlse Clullck,. Attorney
Gcncrul Alexander Lindsay.
Legal Aid, Attorney General Lind
say, chairman. Finance, Mrs. Fred.
Macfurlane. Kmployment, K. Faxon
Dlshon. chairman. Press, Dr. W. C
Hobdy, chairman. Dependent Grill-1
ilren, Mrs, W. F. Dillingham, chair
man. Social Evil, J. It. Gait, chair
man. Family llddgcts, Miss Louise
Gullck, chairman. Housing, George It,
These chairmen will select the oth
er members of tho committees from
Superintendent Ruth of Paluma Set
tlement In tho course of a talk said
"Thf re ure three phases of the work
to be Investigated: (1) housing con-'
ditlons; (2) family budgets, the cost
of lllng; (3) the soclul evil. We need
to solicit the rooperntlon of ull busl-j
ncBsmen. the mechanics, nnd every clt
Izen In this Important work. To thor-
oughly Investigate the causes of prcs-t
eat social evils und then study them
with a view to cure them Is tho ulm
'of this campaign,"
Other speukers wero Ulshop Libert
Fred. Macfarlnne, IS. F. Ulshop, Doc
tor Scudder, Rev. W. 1). Oleson, .1. It
Quit and Miss Frances Lawrence.
DIDN'T GO ON TITANIC.
Patrick Hornn, a business man of
Hlocktou, l"nl., who wus reported
drowned ut the time of the Titanic ,
wreck, has written from Ireland that
he was unable to leave III lime to make
the Titanic trip and that he will re
main In Meenollue, Ireland, for some,
She Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
laborers. Apply, Mr. Green, Hono
lulu Has Co., Alukea and Ilerctuiila
nngllsh woman tunny years head
nurse In best Kngllsh families
would llku "occupation. Address "M.
(.". this otllce. CS73-31
Hxperlenced teacher wishes position us
teacher to it deaf mute child Mist
Hura Mcllrlde, VU lleretitnla St
Ah typewriter. Fair knowledge of sten
ography und bookkeeping Address
"II. Q". this otllce. 6372-21
About 1)000 feet of slightly used
N.W It lumber, comprising 1x0
2x4 2x1! 3x10 - 3x4 - 4x1
und CxG. Apply (las Works, Iwlltl
New guvollne launch: 29 feet long, "
foot beam; Standard murine engine.
For sale cheap. Inipilre M. Pures.i
l.pvejoy ft Co. 5272-Ct
Shoe repairing. Non-slip heels, fatitpuw
COc, O'Hulllvan OOe New shoes for
sale 1124 Fort, near Hotel Ht.
LELE8 AND CALABASHES.
Ukuleles, calabashes, trays, etc., ut fac-
. tory. 1719 I.lllha 6272-tf
On roud between Moanu Hotel ami
town, n green Jade bull ear-ring $2
reward offered If finder will return
to Moana Hotel olllce. &272-:t
Fox teirler. mule; white with brown
spots. License KID. Answers liuim
Uilly. Reward. A O. Montgomery.
Pacific Club B270-1W
1 .lull's gold - luminered open - faced
watch und chain nt Liberty Theater '
Finder pleusu return to this otllce
-UT , .
ta.. .-.., Wit.,i.j,.Bii
Auction Sale I
$ 1 0,000
Worth of Dry Goods To Be Sold
At our Store opposite Catholic Church
Beginning at 10 a.m. Each Day
Show Cases, Chairs,
A great opportunity to buy cheaply.
A stock of Worth-While Goods
!? C4--Qq4- nnnnoita Polir.1 PVitfiivti
SUITS BARRED FOR WOMEN
SPRINGKIF.LD, Juno I. Women
who near Continental costumeu or one
piece bathing-suits will be barred from
the public bathing beach ut Wuter
shops Pond. This edict Issued today
Is tho cause of pronounced disapprov
al on the pnrt of the members of the
women's swimming classes who have
been acquiring proficiency In wuter
sports In the Stevens Memorial Insti
tute in Ludlow
Some of Springfield's most popular
young women ure enrolled In the
swimming clashes, und In most In
stances they hue adopted the style of
costume used by u popular vaudeville
Monday, July 1
performer The joung women main
tain that 'klrts aro u Ferlous drawback
fcfdlvlhg' or" graceful swimming
Director Metzdorf concedes tho han
dicap, but says that the mixed nowd
luakf.i It necessary to enforce the
rule. I.unt jonr continental coh!uiiioi
were permitted and several women up
pea red In pien's buttling suits, sleeve
less. Mr Metzdorf says thut the women
may wear continental costumes under
skirts, und may remove the skirts aft
er they liuvn reached water of some
depth. The women are wondering
whether barrels will bo provided for
those of their number whose skirts
cannot be found when they wish to
leue the water